SkyRider & the Journey to the AirCitadel
SkyRider & the Journey to the AirCitadel is a awesome retro-like platform-puzzler The player controls both a character and his personal drone in search of justice in a dystopian world.
In the Skyrider Universe… A powerful and strange mineral was found that the wealthy people and academics used to build a gigantic flying city called “AirCitadel”. Since they need this mineral to keep the city running, they also created a TV broadcasting system to exploit the poor people that still live in the world. To have access to it, they need to pay with their hard work and this mineral. Noki, a wealthy young man living in the AirCitadel, Gets thrown out of the city for trying to protect the people below, but his personal drone saves him from the fall. Now Noki must start his journey to reach the AirCitadel in order to set things straight.
In this game Noki, the main character is controlled with the WASD keyboard keys. R.O.B.O.T.O his personal drone is controlled with the mouse. They both need each other to go through the mazes that the AirCitadel activated in order to have their city safe. Local multiplayer can be achieved if one player controls Noki and the other uses the mouse in order to control R.O.B.O.T.O (this is highly recommended)
If you want this game to be even better help out on their kickstarter page.
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